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According to the owner's manual, it says that stryker owners should replace spark plugs every 8,000 miles. My question is my bike has been running smooth and about to hit 11,000 miles soon. Should i be worried? or should i pull them out to gap them? replace them? or leave them be and replace them at a later time like when i do the valve adjustment? Thanks guys
 

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Leave them alone. Thats only a recommendation because the average rider will put 8k on per year/riding season.
Change them once a season in the spring and you will be fine.
11k miles? You gotta be single...lol
 

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Thats good info.... I just cleared my 10k mi and was wondering this also.... & im married "8-sec" i just have a cool ass wife! lol
 

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lc837z said:
im enganged but i have a pretty kick ass fiance, she comes along for the ride too
Hey I got one of those too... but she keeps talking about this date thing and Im still trying to figure out what date she keeps trying to set...
 

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i envy your mileage.......i bought my stryker in june and just turned 423 miles. wife, kids, work, too drunk to drive,etc......poor excuses i know, but reality bites so they say.
 
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